The world's foremost private superyacht powered by carbon-neutral fuel, developed by Ocean Residences Development and MEYER WERFT, the finest shipbuilder in the world and priced from $8.5M to $70M, NJORD offers 117 private residences ranging from 1,500 to 9,000 square-feet with two-to-six bedrooms. Featuring 15 custom-designed floor plans, each residence offers floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies with unobstructed ocean views. Complete with gourmet kitchens with custom cabinetry designed by Studio Becker and fully integrated appliances by Gaggenau, the homes include integrated smart-home technology, walk-in closets and ensuite bathrooms, with personalized housekeeping, laundry service, florist, and tailoring services available to residents.
Named after the Norse god of the sea, NJORD offers groundbreaking amenities including a travel and excursion concierge, a Eurocopter 160 with onboard hangar, four superyacht limo tenders, two dive and fishing boats, a yacht and sail club, a dive center, and excursion lounge. Additional amenities include six world-class restaurants and bars, The Chenot Spa and Wellness Center, a Chenot Gym and Fitness Center, a concierge hospital, a telescope space observatory, a golf simulator and pro shop, a kids club, a gourmet market and shops, multiple outdoor terraces, a main pool and sun deck, two outdoor pools, a night club and jazz lounge and a 10,000 bottle wine cellar, among others.
NJORD was meticulously designed by a think tank of engineers, designers, and architects with sustainability and a philanthropic purpose in mind - to undertake oceanographic studies that advance scientific frontiers and global marine research with its specialized features including a wet and dry oceanographic laboratory, high capacity cloud computing system, multi-beam echo sounders with HD 3D mapping, air and water sampling system and magnetometer, two submarines, ten exploration zodiacs, subsea remotely operated vehicle and autonomous subsea and aerial drones, as well as gyroscopically stabilized atmospheric observatory.
Pre-construction and detailed engineering for NJORD commenced in 2022 with steel-cutting anticipated for 2023 and an anticipated delivery in 2026.